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Each secondary school to receive £22,000 on average for summer catch-up classes

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Secondary schools in Salford will each receive around £22,000 on average to support summer activities to 'close the gaps' created during the pandemic.

A total of 12 schools across the city will offer catch-up classes this summer.

The summer schools for pupils moving from Year 6 to 7 will be funded from a £200m government pot which is part of the £3bn education recovery fund.

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